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Meet Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns

Since he was in ninth grade, Karl-Anthony Towns has been winning people over with his kind and gentle heart and awe-inspiring game.

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Accuser of Alabama's Taylor recants statement

The woman who accused former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor of assault this past weekend has since recanted her statement to police and was subsequently arrested for giving a false report, according to authorities.

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Sources: Mariota doesn't plan to attend draft

Just as Jameis Winston does not plan to attend next month's NFL draft in Chicago, neither does Marcus Mariota, per league sources. Mariota informed the league he plans to be in Hawaii among his family and the community that helped raise him

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Gruden's QB Camp: Jameis Winston (2:04)

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BBTN 100: Top 25 players

Who is No. 1? We concluded our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball with the top 25 and not surprisingly, Mike Trout leads the way.

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Spurs cruise past Heat

Kawhi Leonard had 22 points and nine rebounds in the Spurs' 95-81 victory over the Heat.

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The Kris Bryant dilemma

Keith Olbermann examines the potential impact of the Cubs keeping star prospect Kris Bryant in the minor leagues to start the 2015 MLB season.

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Top 50 MLB prospects update

Keith Law updates his top MLB prospect ranks, noting what has changed and how the players have looked since his last update Jan. 29.

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Finnish announcer goes wild

Announcer Jani Säteri couldn't contain his excitement when goalie Kaapo Kähkönen scored an empty-net goal from the opposite end of the ice.

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Romo: I would have taken pay cut for Murray

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says he was willing to take a cut in pay from his $17 million base salary in 2015 to keep DeMarco Murray, who left to sign with the rival Eagles.

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Ovechkin scores 50th as Capitals calm Canes

Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 50th goal, reaching that mark for the sixth time and tying a team record with the 472nd of his career, and added an assist to help the Washington Capitals beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-2 Tuesday night.

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Phil Jackson's message ridiculous

Stephen A. Smith breaks down the state of the Knicks in reaction to Phil Jackson asking season-ticket holders for the team to "remain optimistic."

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Curry turns CP3's ankles into jelly (0:37)

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Highlights: Mexico 1-0 Paraguay

A goal after just three minutes from Mexico's Eduardo Herrera would be all El Tri would need to secure a 1-0 win over Paraguay at Arrowhead Stadium.

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ESPN.com 20th Anniversary: Top 20 Athletes

ESPN.com celebrates its 20th anniversary this week. We highlight some of the top athletes who represented the pinnacle of sports from 1995-2015.

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Tournament Challenge

How's your bracket? Check yours against the president, celebs and all your friends. Someone will take home $20,000. Will it be you?

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Seth Greenberg: Badgers can beat UK

"Where Wisconsin can win this game is their frontcourt. They've got three guys up front that are as versatile, big, skilled, talented as any. ... We're going to see how the Kentucky front-court guys can guard away from the basket." (via Mike & Mike)

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Jones compares favorably to Cromartie
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Byron Jones unofficially ran a 4.36 at UConn's pro day, which would have been the 2nd-best by any CB at the 2015 combine. Jones and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie are the only players to lead or co-lead all CBs in the broad jump, vertical and 60-yard shuttle at the combine in the last decade.

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New ball leads to more homers

The new flat-seam baseball seems to be increasing home runs in NCAA Division I baseball, as they are up 39 percent. College baseball switched from a raised-seam ball with the hope of putting more offense in the game.

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Parker has best winning percentage
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Tony Parker played in his 1,000th career game Tuesday, and nobody in NBA history has enjoyed more team wins through his first 1,000 than Parker, who has 718.

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Shane Victorino wins starting OF spot

Despite hitting only .188 this spring, Victorino is the likely Opening Day starter in right, Red Sox coach John Farrell said Tuesday. Victorino beats out Rusney Castillo, who missed two weeks this spring with a strained oblique.

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Remembering the Flint-Stones

Fifteen years ago, four players from Flint, Michigan, helped lead Michigan State to its first national title since Magic Johnson's team in 1979.

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Olney's best fantasy sleepers

Buster Olney has his fantasy sleepers all picked out, and he thinks an outfielder on the South Side of Chicago will be taking a lot of at-bats with the bases filled with White Sox. All the sleepers (Insider)

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Gruden's QB camp: Jameis Winston

The QB explains to Jon Gruden how his baseball background helps him on the football field: "Baseball, on that mound, you gotta be relentless. As a quarterback, you have to be relentless. That's how you get guys to follow you."

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Andy Katz @ESPNAndyKatz

Good news for the Big Ten and of course Maryland as school announces Melo Trimble will return for sophomore season.

MLB panel releases top players in MLB

ESPN formed a panel of MLB writers, analysts and contributors to rank the top 100. The top 5:

  1. Mike Trout, Angels
  2. Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers
  3. Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
  4. Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins
  5. Felix Hernandez, Mariners
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Aaron Crow to undergo Tommy John

The Marlins reliever will seek a second opinion, but he expects to have the procedure. He went 6-1 with a 4.12 ERA last season with Kansas City. The 28-year-old will be the Marlins' third pitcher since May to have the surgery.

Terps' Melo Trimble to return

The Maryland freshman will come back, coach Mark Turgeon announced today. Trimble led the Terps in scoring (16.2 PPG) and was first team All-Big Ten. "I am excited about spending another year with my teammates and building on what we accomplished this year," Trimble said.

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Anthony Rendon will start season on DL

The Nationals third baseman has been diagnosed with a sprained left MCL after initially hurting his knee making a diving stop in early March. Surgery is not expected.

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Been a while for Tiger

Tiger Woods last completed an official PGA Tour event under par in September 2013 at the BMW Championship. How long ago was that? Woods was still No. 1 in the official golf world rankings. He's currently 104th.

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Bo knows Final Fours

Since the 2009-10 season, Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan has seen just one of his players drafted. Yet, Ryan still has made it to two Final Fours. Kentucky coach John Calipari has 18 times as many players drafted in the same time.

Biggest MLB risers, fallers at Westgate

According to Westgate SuperBook in Vegas, the Cubs have been the biggest risers to win the World Series from Oct. 12 to today, going from 40-1 odds to 16-1. The biggest fallers at Westgate are the Braves, now 100-1 after being 20-1 in October.

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Tiger's chances of playing Masters

With Tiger Woods playing 18 holes at Augusta on Tuesday, does Bob Harig think he'll play the Masters? "Protocol and courtesy would suggest that some sort of indication will be forthcoming this week. I wouldn't think Tiger wants to get into next week having this hang over the tournament."

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Towns' transformation 'incredible'

Karl-Anthony Towns' high-school coach Bob Hurley: "I didn't think he could go from shooting 3s to being this dominant around the basket. I want to write John Calipari a note to say this is the most amazing transformation I've seen."

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Todd Archer: McClain makes D stronger

With Rolando McClain coming back to Dallas, the linebacker group should be better in 2015 than they were in 2014 as long as they stay healthy.

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